I like the warm color that radiates the shirts feel.
Great find for the summer
This smart, light-weight shirt is perfect for hot Southern summers, and Golden Ale is a wonderful color for summer wear. I'm always delighted to find a nice shirt available in tall sizes. The fit is a bit loose and very comfortable.
I was afraid the golden ale color would be too bright, but I really like it. I love the fabric's design, feel and quality. I'm 6 foot, 175 lbs. and the medium is a tad big, however that's OK for a comfy, summer shirt. I paid $49 and that was a good deal.
Can't Ask for More
Is nice and light-weight, without being flimsy, see through or cheap. Has washed very well, the light teal has retained it's nice hues and he's wearing it every week to work. Can't ask for more than that.
Shingle Springs, CA
Another great shirt
I love the fit and the fabric of this shirt. I ordered the Pacific color but the actual color looks closer to the Lt. Teal. I like the inherent comfort of this shirt and it travels well.
The fabric is substantial, fluid, and presses well. Light teal color is nice and subdued.
My New Favorite Shirt
Comfortable in my appropriate XL size - fits great without being sloppy. Love the feel of the material and the shirt is ""cool"" in its sublety. Only major drawback is my wife who complains that I wear it too often.
Fort Wayne, IN
I like the shirt. It is cut well, fits well, constructed well. It is very soft. colors are subdued, which might not be to everyone's liking, but its fine for me.
Windowpane weave a stylish touch
This shirt's windowpane weave gives it some heft as well as textural style. I ordered the Pacific color which is fairly close to the catalogue picture, but maybe slightly more sea green than Pacific blue. The interwoven sun pattern is a pale green, and these threads are left exposed on the inside of the shirt except for the neck/shoulder area where the fabric is doubled. Because the inside of the shirt/sleeves is left unfinished, I felt the workmanship quality of the shirt is just average.
South of the Mason-Dixon Line